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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL J t VOL xxx STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 15 1902 9 A M NO 31IA MAN ClNTswisnimin shacklos of his winning a race but n question of being only to afloat man vho Is sufTering from malnutrition is like the lettered awimmer Ihgomaclt and Its alliedorgans of digestion and ethou are diseased It if not a question with him of wmuninq la the race for bu new but of imply up under any circunutAUCcs eneverdisease affects the stomach it is affecting also the blood the health of every or fiau of the onlyfooll nutrition and until tlon U the life of the and every ItIMedical diseases =of the stomach of digestion and ntttri the blood and enable the nutrition of the holy which mesa perfect health ePor sir tong yen I suffered with lion mil my hirer and kkloeyi which Utfneiflbe lil doctors In our country wtttti It I Rae MIL Jjq of WoolMY Irma William Co Va oolttlmtroy three doctor I crew so bad I couM hardly palnalaDr Iltrcca Golden Medical Olworerv aW rleauut Pelieta1 Itefore I had taken alt of 4 the fond bottle I n to feel relieved I happytoAccept no substitute for Golden Med ic Discovery There is nothing jut as good for diseases of the stomach lungs Tile Common Sense Medical Adviser j w8 large pAges in paper covers is sent futon receipt 31 onecent stamps to pay expense of mailing only lnM R V Pierre N Y 1- r J UNUSUAL WEATHER VAMKY VIBW THXAS July 10 Tae oldest Inhabitant never taw any thing to compare with tho weather for tbe month of June and npto Ibis time of July U has bion entirely outof the ordinary nod altogether very disagree able In flat It has been to unusual that old timers dlsouis It freely and joint out Ile dlitlogulihlag feature In the first place ome of the hottest days over known to the month are on record thou comes the high winds that andioorehlog hot The oorn crop was cook ed to ruin by them and gross made at dry as a powder born ID tbe mean time no rain of consequence has fallen nod the ground U dry to an unprece dented depth Tun wind hue been 10 1 strong that threeben were unable to make progress It btlag ltiposslble to I handle the wheat wbleb was very I i llgfit any way- Aeothur uoiuual feature which tb- otOld settler point out Is that three days wind always brought rain but co good fortune has followed 96 or 40 days of wind Day and night tbo wind moans Ills blow without end and there U no cicapc from It Everything IB burned up but cotton Wheat and oats wero nearly a failure While these r facts exist tho cotton crop li holding r t itI own With a rain In the next few St dayi It will pull through- Notwithstandingt these misfortunes I our town ie Improving September 1st 4hitfind Wheat Page dealer In dry in a now brick house 25xtX feet with plAto glass front W E nut 1 in1Ltheir now building 22x45 feet soon and Btlll the winds bowl and tbo duet covers everything Valley View It to have a new 88000- i brick school bouso at once The brick work for the above named butlne 1house Is completed and tbo carpenters ore now on tho wood work I This It a country on wheel or a people traveling over tho country on wheels Covered wagons aro passing through our town every day Nothing uncommon for 10 or 12 to bo seen In one day Some of them have different s things printed on tho wagon oovorabut hero is tho richest one I have teen We are going back to my wlfoa rela thou damn Kama and all creation With all tbo hot winds and no rain I and a crop failure I muit say Toxaa lea grand State Drouth arc liable to jrlilt any State I would like to bo In Kentucky awhile for two reasons first SQ be with my people and old friends and second to work In the campaign I for Judge M C Sautey for reelection and W P Walton for railroad com mlealoner I love a political Debt t Me WHEAT ItItlULSIYlATURFS Blackheads pimples greasy faces and II muddy complexions which ate so com mon among women especially girls at a certain age destroying beauty diifigur ing and making repulsive features which would otherwise appear attractive and re fined Indicate that the liver Is out of or der An occasional dose of Hcrbino will cleanse the bowels regulate tbe liver and lIoCltahUlh a clear healthy complexion COc at Pennys Drug Store NEWS NOTES Arebblthop Faeha of Chicago dead Mrs John McKenzie of Versailles dropped dead at Ilarrodeborg- Wrnnttotto Tribe of Hod Men nt MajkTlilo Initialed 114 candidates tbo ober night 9 Mr Geneva Taylor of Mayklng this State has Just given birth to her third tot of triplet The engagement of Dlthop Potter and Mrs Alfred Corning Clark a phi lanthropist la announced The Louisville Commercial Club has mado every newspaper editor In Rent Icky an honorary member Torchon lace of any pattern can now bo made by one machine owing to u r jconl Invention In Vienna Americans are securing hugo steel contracts In the Transvaal and the Dltlih Urms are getting matt Kentucky portion of the Federal government annual appropriation for the State military is 627014 37 Haifa dozen Jefferson county post oOIccs will be discontinued August 14 on account of rural free delivery The Twentieth Century Limited on tbo Lake Sboro and Michigan South orn made 480 mile In 400 rolnutoe Tbe United States spent 11000000 establishing a pneumatic gun factory at Sandy Book and has sold tbe plant etc for 120000 President Charles W Billot of lIar vard College was unanimously elected president of the National Bducatloual Association at Minneapolis One hundred and eleven dead II tbe present record from the explosion at the rolling mill mine of tbo Cambria Steel Company at Johnstown Pa United States Consul MoWado at Canton China reports 3000 deaths from cholera In Plnglok and over 10 000 from the same disease In Kwellan Census bureau statistics ibow Ken tioky to have 1092 clothing manufac turing establishments with a capital of flftVU130 Invested and employing 2701 wage earner The treasury department will soon sand the sum of 26000 to Kentucky as the Stale annual appropriation from the government for agricultural and mechanical colleges Mrs Maggie Wagner committed ant olde at Itunellvlllc Mo upon learning that she bad boon married to her half brother from whom the had been liP- urated since ohlldbood The lat Negro In Decatur Ind tenon account of threatening letters sent him Troops aro still on the soma of tbe recent race trouble at Eldorado III though all Ie quiet Ibero Everything Is quiet In tbe anthracite region Bud miner and mine operator alike are awaiting the result of tbo national convention of the mlno work ore lobe held at Indianapolis Thurs day State Inspector Hines has completed his semiannual examination of tho bootft and account of the State auditor and treasurer and reports that these oHlclal have In all respects complied with the law An unusual suit was flied at Rich mood led Mrs Mary E Mills asks 110000 damages from Dr W 0 Gra ham clalmlug her child died ol diph theria because the physician did not use hntltoxlno At Portland Ore A L Balding crated with Jealousy killed his wife hie motherIn law a man who lived at his motherinlaw house and wound up hie bloody work by fatally Injuring his father Inlaw Jeremiah Poison It dead at Dennett vllle S C aged 113 Ho was the old elL man over known In tbat section Mr Poison celebrated his 113th birth day Julyi He could remember events In three cooturlei- U C Jarnagln postmaster at Hea ver Dam and a former representative In tbe Legislature was arrested for attempting forcibly to enter the reel dence of Ellis Stevens of Beaver Dam and Insulting Mr Stevens wife J W Fassott of Mt Sterling aged 73 who attempted suicide last week by driving a knife Into his body barely missing his heart has fully recovered and has married Miss Emily Lane daughter of Miss Margaret Lane of that city floraco Lane the largest boy of his ago In Kentucky If not In the United States Is dead at his homo In Mallard county He was 15 years old weighed 355 pounds and stood six feet high No collln could be found largo enough and a carpenter bad to make one Truck drivers to the number of 8000 refuted to work and tied up every freight house In Chicago The men acted as individuals no strike having been oRlclally ordered to give the rail roads a sample of what will happen If an agreement le not reached with the striking freight a dl r8iCut this out and take It to Craig ee Hookers Drug Store and got a box of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets The best physic They also correct dls orders of the stomach Price 25 cents LANCASTER Wheat Is selling at ibo a bushel S Morgan shipped two oar load of hoes to Cincinnati Miss Minnie Johnson of this olty Is teaching the public school at Sycamore Volley The continued It otbllcrFriday at the country residence of Samuel Embry MrsI A committee of W C T U members attended tbo temperance rally at Buck eya Saturday afternoon I Mitt Pearl Miller nod Herbert Scar borough both of this vicinity were recently united In the holy bonds of wedlock Elder A R Moore could not fill bit regular appointment at Antloch day afternoon and Elder Merrill OlubbI acted as his supply Elder A n Mooro was too III to conduct the temperance rally at Buckeye Saturday and Rev L Robinson ofllcl alcd bo the occasion The Senior Endeavor Society le arranging for a moonlight fete to bo held adjolllIOJ The blackberry yield hat resulted In a considerable shortage and housewives aro grieving over the scarcity of jam and other kind of preserved fruit Elder Morrill Clubb of Midway fill od tbo pulpit at the Christian church both Sunday morning and evening and was soliciting subscriptions to tbo BI ble College endowment fund Mrs Robert Campbell was elected Saturday afternoon by tbe members of the W 0 T U as president of their organization Mrs Campbell will make a capable and Malou leader The matter of local option will bo submitted to the voters of tbe Buckeye precinct on Saturday July 20 and a number of temperance women and Lan caster pastors wilPeo down from this placeT ICIkln taught a bunch of hogs from J R Hascldcn atOe a cow from 0 A Robinson at Se a cow from John Cres at same price and it heifer from Isaac Myers at 3Jc Rev L Robinson will deliver a torn psrance lecture at Guonu Chapel on Tbure ay at 8 i M also at Soon Fork at 3 p M Appointment have alto been made for lectures at Paint Link eoboolboaM on the 21st and Gunns Chapel on the 21th The following constitute a party of oxourtlonltle who leave today for the Mammoth Cave Mr and Mrs R L lilklo Mr and Mrs Samuel Uatelden Mrs Dr W S Deazley and Miss Mattie Deaztey Messrs W S Embry Guy Davidson and Henley Baslln Miss Helen lalbolt of Rockvlllc Md is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Hudson Mrs Jennie Eistman le viI thug Mre Donald McDonald of Dan ville Dr S P Grant wlfo and daugb tors of Danville spent Sunday with Mrs U A Price Mr W W Hays of Stanford le visiting her mother Mrs Mildred Ocazloy Mlle Dove Em bry of Lexington Is the guest of Miss Alberta Anderson Caswell Sautley of Stanford Is visiting Waller Hudson Miss Cora Ward Is visiting In Lexing ton Miss Ella Dunn of Drodhcad Is EphHigginsrelatives hero In his native county Miss Mattlo Elkln Is at home again after a several weeks stay in Atlanta Mr and Mrs Drown of the Buckeye section have returned from a three months visit to Paducah and Louts ville Mr and Mrs Jesse Walden and little son of Danville have been visit lag Dr H C Herring and family Miss Sallie Rose Is visiting Miss Ada Poxi ot Eaton O Llttlo Miss Vanetta Lexington Is visiting her aunt Miss Salllo Lou Moore Mrs Susan Lear of Deoilur 111 Is visiting In this vi deity Miss Mary Oolclcs of Lexing ton Is the guest of Misses Marr and Dtjriha Durnslde Miss Dunn of Lie coin is visiting Miss lLettio May Ma Roberts A CUKE FORSUMMBRICOUPLAINT Summer complaint is unutally preval ent among children this season A well developed case in tho writers family was cured last week by tho timely use of Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Dint rhoea Keaicdyone of the best paten medicines manufactured and which is always kept on hand at tho homo of ye scribe This Inot Intended at a free puff for tile company who do not all vcr ties with us but to benefit little sufferers who may not be within easy access of a physician No family should be with out u bottle of this medicine fn tho house especially In iwmmer tlmeLan sing Iowa Journal For sale by Craig Hooker Druggists Tbe worst coal strike I the worst freight handlers strike I the worst pantsmakers strlko I etct yet the beet administration we over had I These su IncoDell1tenlPaducab IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES i Leo Thomas saw mill near Rock hold Whllley county burned Mr anaMrs It A Guthrle of Per ryvlllo recently celebrated the 00th marrlagoI half In tercst In his general merchandise itoro ParksIwounded him self He was In a tree shooting flab Charles Cecil who Is accused of kill lag Roy Lloyd at Proctor Mines In Whitley has been captured andjiodgcd In tall I Marlon B Wllbolt of NlcholasvCle a former newspaper man has been promoted to first lieutenant In the regu armyU linker and Bert Whltcbead of Mt Vernon have bought tho stock of goods belonging to Houk Adams at Livingston The Lincoln Memorial Institute is building a 810000 dormitory on the site oJ the old Four Seatons Hotel near Mlddicsboro Dr J B Caldwell and Dr B T Wood of Perryvllle have formed a partnership under the tflrm name of Wood t Caldwell The executive comuilllce ot tbo Episcopal church at Lexington has contracted for the building of a school at Corbin to cost 3000 Mist Debbie Freeman daughter of Dr A 0 Freeman ot Durgln a lead lOll physician died after a llngerlng Illness nor mother died only a few months ago T G Druce who has been elder of tho colored Christian church at Mil ledgevllla for eight years has been appointed older of the New Christian church nt Junction City Miss Christine Bradley In a letter tying she bad learned tbat over partial friends were spending largo sums In her Interest declined to be a candidate for queen of the Elks carni val at Richmond There are two eases of smallpox In Harrodiburg Dr Forsytbe president ot the board of health pronounces the disease to be of such a mild form that no danger Is to be apprehended Tbe patience aro quarantined At the county attorneys convention onIIloy Kuttawa president Frank Tracoy CovInglon vice president LaVegn Clements Onenaboro treasurer W T Davit Plnovllle secretary A company at Lancaster has been organised to bore for water This wo suppose is a negative proposition So many companies have bored for oil and got water that It Is a bright scheme to bore for water In tbo expectation of getting oil Cynthlana Democrat- J F Wltherspoon a Mercer county farmer has filed a petition Sin bank ruptoy In tbo United States court at Frankfort Ho resides on a splendid blucgrass farm Bon Aqua1J four miles distant and wasjthougbt to be In good financial circumstances nil Ua bllltles are about 924000 W T Moore of Parksvllle was driving a team when he dropped one of the lines He walked out on tbe wagon tongue to recover It when the borers ran throwing him head downward with his feet caught In the doubletree In this position be was dragged nearly half a mile and Is In a serious condi tionMr James butt Sr aged 81 died Wednesday morning Ho had been very feeble for several years but had only been confined to his bed for about three weeks Short services conducted by the Rev J C Carmical wero hold at the Christian church after which the remains were taken to the MarclE burg burying groundand laid to rest He leaves a wlfo and three children Mesdames Joe Purcell and Nannlo C Albright of this county and L T Houk of Jamestown odMt Vernon Signal It Is said that the voters ot the Som erset district will bear to no refusal ol Judge Thomas 7 Morrow to again serve them as circuit Judge The Judge Is not as young as be used to bo and having led a strenuous life ot useful ness has earned a rest but be Is too good a man and too capable a Judge tc be lot off yet Honest fair and upright ho le particularly fitter In tern perntnent for the bench while his high legal knowledge eminently qualifies him for It and death alone should be permitted to retire him Lexington Democrat I am using a box of Chamberlain Stomach Liver Tablets and find then the best thing for my stomach Iever used says T W Robinson Justice 01 the Peace Loomis Mich These Tablet not only coned disorders of the stom acts but regulate tho liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents per box For vale by Craig Hocker Druggists I QStuart R Knott denies emphatically eyeI I 9 = = H 8 == o4 = I Have You Seen Our Skeleton I r IlJLow Shoes 3 Negligee Shirts f 1 fh Let us fit you out and youll be glad youre alive 11 rI 1ercnif it is hot I ifITPAYS TO TRADE AT tiil GLOBEMerc- hantSiit Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Jrr tlIGrand Clearance Sale I GreatReductionsinPrices nI THE SALE IS NOW ONiand will continue until entire stock is greatly reduced Now is the time to get goods at the right prices at the New York Store next door to Lincoln County National Bank ti Moils shoes worth 450 our sale price 300 Mens shoos worth 350 litj250 Mens shoes worth 225 our price lGO Mens fine shoes worth 200 will now go nt 138 Mens shoO worth 175 now 120 liens shoes f worth 150 special sale 9Sc Mens 500 suits at 208 Mens 750 suits IltI448 Mons 1000 suits guaranteed tailor rondo at C50 Mens 1200 suits go at 750 lions 1500 suits well finished guaranteed fit special price 92u Boys suits at your own price Boys knee pants worth flee clearance sale price Ilk C Rosenstein Co i STANFORD KY OIL STOVES r- f There is something brand now on the market in tho way of oil stoves and we I have itIt is the Perfection Wickless Blue Flame bakeThis EtojG absolutely safe and reliable and we will guarantee it to your bread just as brown as you want it in n very few seconds It eaves time fuel and temper One gallon of oilj willun one burner 18 hours Call and let us show you the stove 1 Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKYI I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 50000 1 Directors J B Paxton f J II Oniloy S II Shanks IW O Walker dec W Carter Successors to The Farmers Hank do Trust Company and under same management continuously fur US years Wo SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping such business relations will provo mutually bencQclal Officers B U BI1ANKS + President J U OWSLEYiCashier W M BRIGHT Mat Cashier 4utiCderA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odorslarising from f perspirationJi It is n sure cure for the odorsjfrom perspiration on fillY portion of the body without njuryito health or clothing All the ingredients are perfectly harmless Prepared by I W B McROBERTS PHARMACIST t STANFORD5KENTUCKY 1 ItI Ir THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 fEC WALTON 1WP WALTON I Ii I Candidate for Railroad Commtr Inner for the t 14 Dlitrict tabled to the will ot the democrat f H H HENNINGER bTWayn County la a oodldat for Stale Tree urn subject to the action of the Democratic party ROBERT HARDING fj of Danville Is a ceo UIate tor Circuit Jade tub lest to the acorn of the Democratic party f 0 1 For Oongres tGO GILBERT Of Shelby 1J A SNEAIUNO effort IB being made by Its enemies to wreck the Lexington Democrat and embarrass Us editor J Mr W P Walton but such under handed work will only servo to help the paper and command greater respect t- ithoJ gentleman who Is piloting Its des Mr Walton owns nearly four of tho stock In the paper and de Ii1lny to bo either sole proprietor or of the holdings be called a of the stockholders and It was at that meeting that the paper at auction next Thursday 17th i1meetlnmean time some fellows who had hold of a few shares very sud that they wanted the pa i per thrown Into the bands of a receiv er and In their petition for It made i somo false and ridiculously silly t charges against Mr Walton who very s promptly branded the charges as lies who made them as liars The 3editorwill fight the suit for a receiver a end and believing In the justice of Kentucky courts we have no fear of the result Ever since Mr Walton begun his fight against the I thieving Investment companies and la tor Incurred the cmnlty of Mayor Duncan t and his underlings there has been a persistent effort to persecute himbut up to the hour ot going to press he was Btlll on top with excellent chances of holding the lofty position SENATOR VEST Is quoted as saying that from a party standpoint It Is not desirable for the democrats to contro the next House of Repreientatlvea They could accomplish nothing he taaye except In a negative way and If the Inevitable business reaction should come next year as Is not unlikely the democrats would be blamed for It P There Is something la that but the- bes plan Is to always give em the best In the shop and trust to luck for the hereafter M FROM the time whereof the memory of man runneth not to the contrary the world has been Informed by joke and jes and otherwise that the moth 4erln law la the bane of marital exist Henry Emencggorof Louisville haint found It so however On the contrary qulto tho reverse Ills young and pretty wife accuses him of loving her mother more than he does her and has bad them both arrested Henry Is I a freak and ought to be In a museum ACCORDING to an estimate of the Red Cross Identity Depot which served as a casualty bureau for the Boer forces the Boor losses during the war were 3700 men killed or died of wounds and 32000 made prisoners of whom 700 died Tho Boer forces In the field num bered about 75000 The Boer govern raentd omelet papers have been turned over to the British giving a complete history of Mr Iru ers relations with iforeIgn powers Ir AN way down cast wrote to a New York paper and Inquired where Kentuckians secured the rooster teeth If ers that they put in their cocktails and the wise man of tho paper answer f ed by eaylng that they cams from from t the same country whore they dig for white rock with which to make high balls for down can consumption t THE Hon D Gin Looch has been nominated for Congress ID Kentucky Title Is Indeed a sad blow observes the Chicago Tribune After a man has served orto term In Congress It seems that he should not be so entirely un known to fame as to have his name twisted in tBat shape The Hon D Linn Goo h should send hid card to the Chicago publication TUB Danville Courier speaks of Hon t Robert Harding as a candidate for clr cult judge In the 18th district That suits us exactly We are for him In l the 18th over anybody that has an nounced or may do so but In the 13th 1wo are for Judge Micah Chrlsman Saufley first last and all the time and i weve money to say hell win tOURbrother Mr W P Walton of I Democrat is having honors showered upon him Gov Beck ham has just made him a delegate to tho National Prison Association to be held In September 13 to 17 rTim mortuary returns from the glo rious fourth continue to como In It is cot Improbable that In the last 125 t years more lives have bejsn lost In cele brating our Independence than wore sacrificed in gaining It Senator Carraaok will edit the democratic campaign literature THIS AND THAT A new oil well was struck In Rowan countyFive hundred bakers went on a strike atChicagoGeorge Gates assessor of Nelson county Is dead Oil In paying quantities has been found In Lewis county John W Sloyer of Bowling Green died of nicotine poisoning Tracy tho outlaw is again reported surrounded by deputy sheriffs Tho Bluegrass Traction Co of Lex ington will build a lino to Versailles Corn bears gave the bulls a drubbing at Chicago and it la behaved the corner was broken v A wire fence is to bo built on the boundary line between Canada and tho United States A nonunion miner at Hazelton was kidnaped after an unsuccessful attempt to burn his house Mrs George Catlln of Chicago Is the mother of a baby which weighed 2H pounds at Its birth One hundred and flfty men have been thrown out of work by the burning of a tipple at Henry mines Sir Liang Chen Tung a graduate of Yale has been appointed Chinese min- Ister to the United States John Prisanl a tenyearold New York boy confessed after arrest that he set houses afire just to see the Ore department run Tobacco dealers who sell cigarettes are required to pay a State and county license fee of 1160 a year Few have complied with the law At Evansvllle lad John Feolnger a tulner shot and killed his wife from whom he bad separated and then shot himself Inflicting a fatal wound The Indiana State Board of Health reports 620 cases of small pox In that State In June as against 602 cases reported In May There wero three deaths In June while there was only one fatal case In May Dr J H McCormack of the State Board ot Health effected the organiza tion of a society of the physicians of Boyle for the purpose of better regulat ing sanitary affairs Dr Brown of Parksvlllc was elected president A company proposes to construe moving sidewalks for Brooklyn bridge that will carry 70000 passengers per hour and to pay Greater New York 8160000 for the privilege The charge will be 1 cent every person to hue a seat The shipping business of Chicago Is completely tied up Twenty thousand men are Idle and the situation Is re garded as grave No effort Is being nude to handle freight and there Is co prospect of a settlement The loss is running into millions Mayor Tom L Johnson of Cleveland Is reported to have confided to former Congressman Late Pence that he Is an spirant for the democratic presiden tial nomination In 10W He also prom ised Mr Pence that he would make a few speeches In Colorado and probably in other Western States Three rare and handsome rugs ordered by Mrs J B Haggln wife of the Lexington the PanAmerican Expositionhavr arrived The largest Is six by three feet and Is worth 050 The second Is four and one half by two and one bal feet and cost 8400 while the third Is only two feet quaro and cost 8150 POLITICAL Gen Chaffee has been relieved of the Philippine command and ordered to take charge of the Department of the East Hon John B Chenault has annouoo el his candidacy for the democratic nomination for State auditor Ho Is A 1 timberThe executive committee ot Alabama decided on a primary In stead of a convention for the comma tion of State officers Kentucky postoffioes have been es tablished at Armstrong Carter county James H Armstrong postmaster Lan tana JackBon county William Carpenter postmaster Representative Richardson minority leader In the House characterizes as ridiculous and ludicrous the presi dents action in waiting until the ad journment of Congress to launch his antitrust campaign There was an exciting war of words including some Intimations of a future meeting between Congressman Latl mer and former Gov Evans candidates for United States Senator at a cam paign meeting in Charleston S C A personal encounter was prevented bye interference of the sheriff Chairman Griggs of the Democratic Congressional Committee announces that he has made ineffectual efforts to secure the special foreign discount sheets of several of the great business houses of the United States believing they would make excellent campaign documents for the democrats showing that trustmade goods are sold cheaper abroad than in this country The card of Judge M C Saufley an nouncing himself a candidate for tho democratic nomination for Judge of this district appeared In our last Issue We can say nothing but what every voter in the district already knows as well that Judge Saufley has mado a faithful honest and upright his abil- Ity as a lawyer and lunette uusurpata ed by any one In the famous 13th dIll trict Harrodsbure Democrat J LIBERTY Quito a crowd of young people from this place attended the picnic at Mid dleburg Bro Godboy ot Mlddloburg preached two able sermons at tho Christian church Sunday morning and evening Mrs Dr Ellis and daughter of Ow cnsboro returned to their homo last Wednesday after a pleasant visit with relatives here Prof Roark ot State College Lox ington will conduct the teachers insti tutu here which began the 14th Mr Booker Wilkinson and family of Stanford arc the guests of Mr and Mr John Moore Misses Mice and Edna White and JennIe Hubble ol Turners vllle returned homo Wednesday after a pleasant visit to friends hero Miss Julia Stagg has returned from an extended visit at llusionvlllo Mils Amanda Stone and James Cowdea are LIZjzleMesira Pat Whipp and Charles Mont gomery visited the widows and orphans satIurdayJudgo M C Saufley has his candidacy to succeed himself as judge ot the 13th judicial district com posed of Boyle Lincoln Garrard and I Mercer counties If there was over a born judge or one who filled the Black stono idea to a tee It is Mike Saufloy of Stanford Jack Bosley sized up the man exactly when Insisting upon being relieved of service in a legal contest between two personal friends Judge j Saulley declined to excuse him on such grounds urging that bo had as much right as fudge to be excused under such as a juror had and qnlto as much desiretolbe case Is very dlf ferent said Bosley as good a juryman as I am can be picked up any where whore oh where can we lad such a as you are Saufley Somerset Journal The Fairs The fair secretaries association has announced the following dates Richmond third week In July Crab Orchard fourth week In July Georgetown fourth week In July Hustonvllle fifth week In July Danville first week In August Lexington second week In August Mavevtte and Lawreucoburtf third week in August Brodhcad Fair Aug 20 three days Liberty Aug 273 days Bardstown and Glasgow first week In September Elizabetbtown and Bowling Green second week In September Interstate Fair fourth week in September CHURCH MATTERS The Rev H H Hlbbj of Williams burg Institute has raised the 20000 neoeseary to secure a gift of 7500 of fcred by Mr Rockefeller Tbo preacher who seeks a little note rlety by preaching in a shirt waist was slow In making his appearance this year fie turned up last at Newark 0- Dont want noangel With wings an trlmmln1 Ruther have a holiday Flihln or aswlmmln1 Rather bo oft yonder Single In tbo sun Dont want to be no angel Till I cant help bolo one I Atlanta Constitution From different sources It crop out that Editor Walton bad a new haT un der his arm when he got Into tho late scrap with Breoklnrldge i that the poi session of a new pair of shoes caused him to fall down on the highlypolished stops at his Broadway mansion Too Glasgow Times says truly that a coun try man always comes to grief when he moves to the city and trios to put on airs Somerset Journal CURBS SOl ATIOA Rev W L Rl cv L L D Cuba New York writes Alter 15 days of txcruci sting pain from sciatic rheumatism un der various treatments I was Induced to try Ballards Snow Liniment the first ap plication giving my first relief and the second entire relief I can give it un qualified recommendation 25c 50c and fl at Pennys Drug Store r r Hot water and soda will remove stales from the bands A railroad englno may be roughly said to be equal In strength to 000 horses Hewitt I tell you istoo hot to go to the theatro JewettOb come along the play will bo a frost anyway N Y Times Who shall djjcldo wbtsn doctors dis vThoWorld EllaHarry Is a confirmed bachelor Joe Yes and I assisted at the con firmation N Y Times Valuable Property For Sale My residence on Danville Avenue and two storerooms on Main street opposite courthouse Stanford Iy are for lIcel denes Is a two story brick wltn 10 room The storerooms aro brick with nice room over them one toreroom occupied by Wit McUoberti as a drug toro and the other by Wm Severance for dry goods Address- J D Owsley Stanford ICy Farm For Sale Marine concluded to quit farming I will sell arm of 125 acres on MllledgevUte and Stanford pike U t In good state of uiaUomjery good improvements well falling In In Lincoln county For further Information call on or write to TV A IettM Mllledgevllle Ky C I vfxAivaiMti f vf vvtivtAvvi H 4 j N tt esei I t w 1i s iy 1 ST i el i ai i ave vvu I8 i t tre 9 rU I H The Grandtt Ift i f For This Week Jit Read this advertisement carefully Ws save you half on every article o I r500 yards spool cotton lo spool lOc whale hones 68 j 50 palely pins Ic- De spool silk nil colors Jo G palm scat inns for obv 60 hooka and oyea tics Largo size towels fit Joe funs for Be 25c mans Lose nupporters 150IiBe hair plus Jo- BOc neckwear 25c Ladies good black ho o So- Childrens 2oc hoso 12 L2c Clothing is our hobby Wo cnn and will snvo you dollars on every suit purchased of us l Wo will soil you n wall mado black suit fo- rer 1 o cs I t 0 Hays Levy Props S Levy Managere 0 Y e i S i O e eS e eee ie e h FOR SALE j I have a 12lion Traction Engine also a Shredder for tale You can get a bar gain GIUK Corn MiiledgoYllle ICyI J H BOONS CO ProlleloraILivery Feed And Sale Stable Hrueoa Old Stand Depot St STfUPORO KY Saw and StjlUh at Reasonable Itatea 10000ai Attention to Troyer log Men 1hone No M Ii C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call R That fcocnlled cheap insurnuco il the dearest thing on earth That dollar saved in the pro mium play cost you a hundred in a loss That oulysoli 11 ch in sight anti- exlOrionaud management gtmrantw euro indemnity That insurance in the Homo of Now York can bo relied on Josso D Woaroni Stanford Exclusive Agent Lincoln OnrrardIioyln and Casey Couutlo Kentucky TIMBER UND FOR SOLE Bontn having last December wo tell 2700 acres ot timber land In AOnlrcouu IV Ky TbU land contain between 400 1110 and 5005500 feet ot Poplar Oak Walnut Chestnut and Hickory timber This tract of la close to the famous oil avid of Wayne and I exceedingly will adapted for agricultural purposes of U In one body Itss a bargain for omoono For particulars apply to J O COULTER Mlddleburg Ky Or to E M Himlln Ilarrodiburj or Oscar Ilontlx Faulkner I- cyNOTICE The ritbeu of 81anford and sternf may wlcongratulate tlicniMlTf- biDdtoma hulDIC It thtlr sill the Intensely bretl milk sod butter butt l Ur Cool rt Pedro JJ 0797 by rtU Cpoptr1 Pedro Mo2 J C Cho vu sired ie lro a 110100 bull suit champion wlnn r at the Worlds Fair Ill dam U Tedrui Ulrl 11M7J with a butler JfOfd of 17 lba ard t ot Inldayandwinner In thehow ring Her lire li Pedro m S8500 a ton of Vvlra and the peat her data li lUottri ITctlr Uella latJoraniand of IJnden 2DIM lj ledro out at Rioter Pretty furl 7tJ71 by Pros ct Rioter 919 out Lornei Pretty Pearl Kvcrr dam In bli pedigree teen euraUou bn a recorded butter I L Imt Uroptr1 ldro 7d was it a lonij price for cub therefore I muitbaferuh for bU terrlm which 1 bays placed at the luitgnl leant iiim of n with prlfllrge tie may ba found In padlock at Dr term In the town limit drew Walker II McKlonoy Stanford Ky JL5 Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSO DX1LIU Is a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY 275 Wo have some strictly good nIl wool o i r suits that wo will soil you for 108 worth 88 Stricll nil wool worsted snits linel tni 4nilall bargains Mens Hats Mend wido brim fur hate worth 82 special lOilays lutconSt3 lions flnti railroad sbape hatesort11 uji to e2 10 day price SOo C dozen snIT hRU worth r tI80 82 2r nut 83 special 10dnys price OOc hulls 1 niinoo finishers 10dnys price gym GOo 10 dozen mens straw lint worth up to SlfiO go at lOco lions summer cloth e rIhats goat Co each i The Grand Leader e f B Sja sA 1 new Turnout REY1EY1 a far rtnanalllpbtafneaofdied land A Kenluky 4663 return llrnrnMnrcyMattingsRugaThey da nil I ANNOUNCEMENT I T I i N a solcot vdriotyof tho very latest styles of IIHAving Bags Chains and Fobs tSilver Novelties c it will interest you to look at these goods and God out tlloI lal1vaI t W H MUELLER About Long Lived Paints If you sot hold of poor paint it will be a your or two 1tetbreryou find out that your money anti labor bar been largely t wailed Tile tartly diexwvery will net lom your oxiupern tion any flake yourself noure by buyiag a brand you can bo sure of Mastic Mlxod Paints are itrittly high grade No other paint cover so much airtoet nail no other ItHBtnnds tho weather to well The color are rich awl IHlrfnmnont not the cost is very low nil things congidorod in and lot us Imo a paint talk t I I Pennys Drug Storep Stanford OJ Sponges Soap and Toilet Articles t I Bargain Sale Now On I Craig Hooker Madison Institute For iI v J W MoCARVEY JrIres Beautifully kltuatdl In tho J1uelrall region Hat adrantageSTANFORDOfflcers college In the State afford Just clewed ono ot tho most tuccetif The only- of In JCenluccv University Michigan Ann Arbor Columbia University Y Y varsity with record unsurpassed instructors Music with Instructors trum the conservatories IclenllO mooT of building Frequent llluttratcd lectures b11ho fIn Ialeitlno and Slckncaf almo l unknown cn Bend for handsome cotalojuo First National I Bank 0 or Stanford Ny I Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This institution WM originally established as the Hank of Stanford In 16S8 then reorganized ac the National Hank of Stanford In 186S and again reorganized as the First National stank of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an unlntor rupted existence for 43 years It II better supplied now with Icllltle for transact logtiualness promptly and well than ever before In IU long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratloss Solicited Ky 1 greateet llrntclaM p LI J B HOOKEU Prest J J McROIlKUTS OhrI W IL WEAKEN Bk- prDirectors j r 1FI f S T Harris Lincoln 00 J J B Mocker Lincoln Oo t W P Walton Lincoln Oo J U Collier Orab Orchard StAnfordBT I1 Ulll Stanford Jag Robinson Hubble J1L llauRhiflan VI Tate SianfordI I i t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1902IrInfllllnc your preicriptloot wo ueo the right to the oiaot lions and with proper ere Wo could not do bolter If yon paid ui doublo tbo price which le always reasonable Pon na Drug Store rI a PERSONALS TWMISS STELLA UCILEY went to Dur MARTIN It up with his lather W Mr A O Martin ii LITTLE JoanrniNB OBAKLBY la very r lI of cholerA lnfantum Y tMn J II HILTON of Brodbeud wa at court yesterday i Miss tlALLiE DENTON of Wllmoro r ll wilh Mllo Abblo Lutes j r Mns E T PBNOK Sit li attending Y 4camp meeting at Wllmoro 1 Mns J II MOUNT of LaGrange Is 4i with Mrs IJ J Mclloberts Miss DEBBIB RICIJAHDS of Danvtllo spent Sunday with friends hero KOliKliT COFFEY of Lexington was pifgr Sunday to leo the bomofolkssta IMnS J M IIILt and ohlldrcnof Ok heroMISSten Is the guest of Miss Clara Coopers 1uor J M STIIOTUEII of Louis han61dJAR II KNOLEMAN of Loulivlllc spent several days with his parents hero Mn 0 E MlLLHR of Rochester III Is with relatives In the Rubble see tlon p OASWELL SAUKLBY Is visiting hi cpllego chum Waller Iludioa at Lan caster 1 OEO S SHBLHY anti wife of Ponea City O T aro bask from a visit to rel I atives y ty eatsryesterday tjx Mns OBo R KXOLBMAX and Mill AUDio Dronaugb are visiting relatives 4 In Richmond MISS SOPHiA MOCORMACK of ti o Welt End U the guest of Mrs Clifton Fowler A L CAKTHU and J D Dalton of I Moreland are both rejoicing over Li arrival of boys Mail KATE WILKINSON and Mlis Marie Wilkinson of Carey era guests at Mrs Isaiah Whites MUle ANNA Cooicit returned to Har rodiburg with Mies Kay Salleo and will spend some time with her Alps HANNAH POTnirrand Mr W auondedfr Mus JOHN P Jot z MIHM La Grando sad Rosa JoMsusd Maeter- t Kl llott Jonas are at Crab Orohard Springs Mits KANNIK WEARRN and Misses asxl Nan Dsntoa JamstaVLexington arrived Saturday to Mr and Mrs W II Woaran t Mil OSCAR HrmiAV nod bride and Mr John II Meter and sisters of Dan sy7 ville spent Sunday with the families of 0 P Huffman and John Meier MISSBB KATIIBIIINB AND SA DAUOIIMAN will entertain the Ten Club tonight at their country homo In r honor of Miss Mary Sleet of Midway HON W R RAMSEY ot London was on Sundays train returning from Casey and Ruiioll wbero ho has been speak 1 rfDA In the Interest of lion Md Park cr Mn A A MCKINNEY formerly ol 4thl place has recently bun promooto the position of head balif of the Union Depot at Montgomery Ala- S EitOP J W DAVIS of MIddleburg l Normal Collbge was here Saturd f no told us that his next session wo likely begin the first Monday In Au gust Mns E B DILL who has mode homo with her niece Mr Jennie Wolfe In this city for iomo time left yesterday for Stanford to reside Ad vocato SHERIFF M S BAOOHMAN drovo over to DanvlHo yesterday afternoon to tt neat his daughter Mid Katherino- i and Mica Mary Sleet of Midway Dan vlllo News I MR W B MASON Mrs E J Ma son Mr J P Robinson and wife of Lancaster and Mr T J Robinson sad vtlfo of Uustonvlllo attended the bur lal of Mrs Martha Paxton UNDER a picture of her tho Cincin nail Post says Mlai Sara Wood Lynn U a talented elocutionist of Stanford Ky and Is woll known In Cincinnati uodorIard Mrs W and sons Roy and Leon and llttlo daughter Ida aro j I visiting old friends at MaKinnoy r Somerset Journal K COL ROGER D WILLIAMS of tho opI on special duty at the approaching en campment at Mammoth Cavo Ho will most likely bo placed In charge ot a company at the cave This appoint wont Is very complimentary and comes without solicitation Major Llllard will go with tho Danville company I atCrabi Mna E P MORITZ la expected to re turn from Bt Louis tonight ltelephone U DASTIN the Lancaster magneto was hero daycanI WALTON Is spend CooleoDUawaDMORRIS M PKHKJNS writes to have ArtitoIFla was the guoit of Mrs Clco Drown ItIchmondI been isa weeks will return I CmocloaathclMRstacks of fall and winter goods I LOCALS I CRAII ORCHARD fair July 20 21 an d r I Deaxteyble a JoneYoumade GOOD secondhand sotof carrlago rness for solo cheap Apply at this ce SEE our new 127 range Cheapest WarmIDAFe rris do Co eDONT mho our wash goods sale bs sides this great saving you get the Stantonhn BDdBlarkch In Judge Carson court Saturday shooting craps RBMEMIIBR the T of Alcorn Opera House Uuetonyllle second night of fair Write to W C Green log fat lartlculartl DrTItE L L N has mad orate of o faro 8105 for tho roundtrip fro owR M JACKSON of London will toad down a string of trotters pacers and runners A number of Tenncisco theOrabk oleoholdersI toavllle on Got 1 for the purpose of roo tbatIDtUtutlon TilephonehasLane utor aid the line is ready t I k hut The elites for the present w DepotStreetJONRSBS Thoro are six tamll of JODCS tiring In or near town and If wo aro not badly mistaken nono of AIsT Jones Josh Jones Cyrus M Jones and Marshal R G Jones MarthaDollmanDIn Judge Baileys court Saturday for striking Mrs Hugo Sebmldt with a UljCbIl1ndownership a stack of straw andUultonvilloJOURNAL going Jlko hot cakes and seenisi tho onco they want any Remember tbo Crab Orcb 21tierrd COLORED FAIR Stanford will hr ofLIDcolDer and have a crackerjack about tbo second week In August Wra Jones of Stanford has been chosen president FrazeeOeDsTUB Central Kentucky Fair Aseo tlon announces four baby rings to bo oxhlbjted the first day ot the fair thl year Seems to us it would bavo b tdogehe on at all Baby ring are a nuisance and es pcclally to those mothers whoso ofT springs do not wear tho bluo picnicJ oft in everytam way first baso ball aloe defeated the second nine tbero wore baby rack games the grounds and refreshments In nbun dance were served Splendid order was preserved the entire day Tho Reno tows band discoursed good muslo CARTER Robert Carter aged about J5 died Friday and was burled in tbo cemetery at Groen River church Yo 10WaYDocerobrcrsplnnl meningitis and ho never rallied Mr Carton was clever hard working man and will ba missed by his many fr enda and relatives In Casey NEW wash goods Severance Sons T HCSTONVILLE t July 30 31 and Aug 1 to Cleo Browns whore you get your Summer millinery atcoatj TliB Denver Creek Oil Gas Co aro putting pumps In their wells and will begin pumping In a few days THERK arc a dozen eguar boarders at that excellent hotel Beazley louse Crab Orchard and more aro coming In dallyADSflemember on Monday and Tuesday July 21 t and 22d I will show a beautiful line of Duck Linen and Felt Outing hats MM Oleo Brown THK amphltbeatro on tbo Drab Or lair grounds Is 200 feet long 32 BlumberpcrackerjackI SALEJ H Thompson advertises Mudnovae Is well watered and Is In a fino I State of cultivation See tlad IF your name o In a portion of the delinquent list printed this lean e you will have good reason to take Issue with Byron who said It Is pleasant auto to ice onos name In print TUB Maccabees of Wayncsbnrg will have s two days picnic about the mid die of August when a big time may bo expected Tbo proceeds of It will to the payment of the debt Incurred building the splendid ball NEW POSTAL CARD Postmaster Florence has received a lot of the new postal cards which have on them a splendid picture of President McKln ley An eagle bearing the stars a stripes alto appear on them ELOIED511ea it 1oCoocb the pretty daughter of Mr and Mrs J 0 Goooh of tbls place and Elmer Gil liam of Eubanks eloped to Jellico uo j wero mado one They left under the pretense of going to visit a relative of tbo brIde faNortoEltExchangem to propertyheroto soil or Is forced to sell and thereby scouro a low prUo on samo and hold out somo Inducement to buyers Read their list carefully and see tho bargains offered cSTRAUl1Jamesmonths old son of Mr and Mrs Peter Straub Jr died Sunday morning of cholera Infantum after an illness of several dove and was burled In fluffs Cemotory ywUrday morning after e ECoAr bereaved parents In the Iocs of thou lit iitie eon p Tim Mlddleiboro News says that Prof J D Taylor having resigned tbo thaileero elected In his stead by the board of cd ucatlon of Mlddlesboro Prof Win prinmoodays ego but wo had not beard that It had been accepted Ho has been ex ceedingly succeittful with his school tiara and has made many friends who will glvo him and bis wile up with much regret 0 SOLDThethewas a of court yesterday to satisfy a debt of a little over 81900 duo Diva Nora Mur pby GoodUnlght Mr John Pearl of London lot it at 8101225 Ho Is un plaotbutper hero In the event ho dote wo predict ho will do well as ho la it news gentlevogentleman whom we would more glad Iy welcome as a ccmpetltor Tim Hustunvllle Fair catalogue was roady for distribution Saturday and It would have been out Thursday had not somo of the advertisers been slow catolapages aro 000 of them and the order for printing Thecepwithout additional help sea In tbo mean time an edition of the INTERIOR JOURNAL was gotten out and lots of job work disposed of Tblilis the placo to get good work quickly at very low fig urea AN Immense crown attended the bur Jai of Mrs Martha Paxton Friday afternoon and the services at the grave onby Revs S M Rankin andr19 Mof fet wore moat appropriate The tat tars remarks wero very touching and there was scarcely a dry eye at tits con clusion Mr Moffett had known Mr Paxton for many years and few were moro thoroughly acquainted with her spotless life than ho The good woman had been a partial mother to one of his children and ho had paver forgotten her tender ministrations to hla oa spring Truly a bettor woman than Mrs Paxton never lived and her place In Stanford will bo an exceedingly hard one to fill OUR 25c Lisle Lace Hose aro gen 1 TrythemI I MuiHHV W T Murphy aged 75 died pear Klngsville Sunday and was yeslerday ber of years ago but ho leaves several grown children to mourn the loss of a good lather YOUR attention Is called to my lom plete stock of fancy groceries Italia candles cakes fresh vegetables etc Delightful soda water nod ico cream at yourtradeto E L Relnbart j LaeboughtI lines In Doyle county This glvca that company an exchange at Danville and- o enables the Lincoln County Tele placetoMMurphydistrict In the place of J schoolLouse oDdUoular session DENNY Mrs xDanny who was a slater of Hon G A Lackey of womandiedat 830 Paralysis was her trouble and was fully prepared for the end gBesides tho husband Cabboll Denny and his widowed slater Mrs Duncan survive Tho burial will occur In Lao caster cemetery tomorrow after set vices at the grave by Rev Chumloy be ginning at 10 oclock GrandnyesterdaytOIlDJHerman Levy at Sioux City Iowa A complication of troubles together with old ago caused his demise Mr Levy was the lather of 11 living children and keeolYfeelof this place loft Sunday for her thers bedside but did not roach It In me to see htm alive The burial oc curs today TUB Courier Journal of Sunday con tamed the following in Its Crab Orcb ard Springs column The guests were entertained Friday night with the first German of the season under the aus pices of Prof Alan Mueller master of ceremonies It was to successful and enjoyable that soother will be given Wedneiday next Gus Wberieya Lou livlllo band will furnish tbo music tint ofrbaitPrllellSpringe will be awarded A bathing andthatllleaGentry Bros mado a little the rise of 23 bushels per acre on ISO acres of wheat D N PrcwlLLbae bou bttbreecrops of shelled oats for 90oAdvo cote Hustonville Property for Sale spropertyituated IlastonvllletvAnd vacant lot This la well ar nndUverybarn 65x73 ab4 nil outbuildings nectMsary for hotel livery purposes and va oont lot for private residence If desired PropertyUU now tooted for that If want good paying property In Uustonvflie- atsC on or address I S Carp nter ltuston Yllle KyC O ROUT Popular Excursions to Did Point comfort and Ocean View Va For Round Trip 13 Good isDays Tickets will be sold July IS and 29 Aug 19 nnd Bent 2 Stopover allowed In monn TtcketOlllcoJOHN D POTTS A O P A OEO W BARNEY D P A PUBLIC SALE SaturdayAugustknown as the Jas farm on Lan caster and Drab Orchard pike near the postofflce of Sweeney The land which Is In a good state of cultivation is mostly In grass Is well watered with two wells springs and ponds The residence was darn cyclonebut wellbroke3 years olds 43 rood sheep 2 extra good farminglmplements arrowSalemade known on day of sale JyOCECIL CHTR0N Junction City Ky Wholesale Dealers and Bottlers o- fSODA POPand all kinds ot toft drinks Write for prices I t t t 1 r Special Sale of Shirts I ONLY49c EACH I Yj t t jI SEE OUR WINDOWS A J I Cummins a McClary I y n R 1Summer ck ti1II r w J Suits I 11 Shoes7M su fte tfJ aNegligee Shirts SS AStraw Hats If s Lf t Thingss1TERMS CASH A 1 jJeI I H J McRoberts SII qRQ t O tI a ttI rt w rtsatt xi1tZAtirdtflxttIfIJ K1Niljidti0 lA SUGGESTION 1 Ii ABOUT SHIRTS m Gontlcmon who want shirts largo enough r and of goods that wont fade a buy somo of those 2oc null shouldfGinghams and JMadras cloths to 19 cents to close I iJ Carpets Curtains Shades Trunks Traveling Bags Kcady etc r on the second fool Severance Sons New Store 4 I XXth Century Freezer No crank no turning onehalf quan tity of ice required for other freezers I WATER COOLERS ICE BOXES REFRIGERATORS ETC H I JOHN BRIGHT JR CQllO L CARPENTElt w n WITlIEns 1 Beautiful Furniture Wo desire to call attention to the unusually atlrnc tine articles of furniture wo havo just placed on our floors for the coming seasons selling Never before have wo shown BO many novel designs at such ex ceptional prices AVo request that you honor us with a visit before tho choicest articles nro sold re gardlcsa of whether you wish to make purchases Withers Furniture Co I 0 ZV r R JOURNAL ofeee at Stanford at Iuam was CASH szidvo- Ar 183001011 bech rsd I I KNOXVILLE DIVISION NoJITr golag Nona U 6mNo26It It It 2IoOm NolS u It Souths 1213m- Nol3 u S a tYelpm For ill Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 41f1YCS Stanford it lMam NolIrrmtSnlorL 1 is a m Not IWTOS Stanford at 280p m J 8 PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OSccOTer UcKoborU Drag Start la the Owilej I Bulldlnf R A JONESDENTIST Stanford mayI NEW LIVERY STABLE s W BURKE Stf Ptrore JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Matte Special Attention to Traveling Men Grata and Hay For Sale NEIOffers his services as uotoileer to tie pt plo of Lincoln County He will peasoyou both in work and price to him MONUMENTSI PIREJZINO r White Bronte la to stone In the monument business what the Improved drop head sew log machine Is to the old method or the car Is to the old stage coach It U the advanced thought of the age It Is Indestructible and will perpetuate the rev cords and resting place of your ones It ti very beautiful with a frosted silver ap pearance Please hold your order until you can Investigate it J C fc WIlorter Agt ORAniOBQHARD KY J+ + YJCa11A Y TJHBEBTAKSREIrZBAOXER And Dcaiouln SS1TESS Sot DDLERY fcC Stanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEINE- ye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel at Stanford FriJay and Saturday Aurust 6i Pr Now Is the time Dont neglect your best friend eyes examined and glasses sciontlaoally adjusted Dont neglect your chlldreuaeyes- UMcohour l 9 a m to B p Hi y Some Reasons Why You Should Insist on Having EUREKA HARNESS Oilnny other Renders hard leather soft preparedKeeps A heavy ied HARNESSAn Reduces cost your harness Never bunts the leather its Efficiency is increased Secures best service Stitches kept from breaking OILIsin all LocalitiestfnufactusStandard Oil tomimnr Delinquent Polls for 1901 Special term Lincoln County Fiscal Court June 20th li05 Iron Jas P Baney Judge with the foUoWIDfinamed Justices of the Peace i W A Duddcrar 0 A Smith and F It Coral ton fly order of the Lincoln County Flscl Court the Clerk of said court was directed to comity n copy of the delinquent polls Ie turned to thus court by the Sheriff for tho year 1001 for publication In the InterIor Journal which in STANFORD KO 1 Adams James Adams W 0 Adams SauTl AIken 0 W Alexander Tllford Arnold E S Alexander J W Hall Henry Ilarnett U L Iltrnett J I- liaugh William Ilotden Nathan Golden J J Belden W U- Hrackett A P llraclfctt Isaac Drackett W S Hrackett Jim liaum S F Itreedlorc John Bourne AndyDroddw Harvo Drummett J 0 Dunn 0 W Dunn Frank Bunn William OGhlwcllrE n Camden a F Clojd Daniel Oloyd John U Collier 0 A Oormley Wm Cook L P Cooley Richard Cooper 0 M James Cox C E Craig Solon Crutchfleld David Walton II S Davis Tom Dawson Frank Dawson A II Dawson It L Ullllnger Dill Delllns W H- Urje Pleasant Drpe Joo E Dunn Harrison Baley 0 M Eckler Jack Bngleman R Eogleman Sam KjKln II Evans Fagaly Bruce Pagftly Robert Fagaly J II ragaty Valentine Farmer James Jno Farmer Thos Hazel Bob Frances Henry Frances J L Frances J W Hre4rl V Wm Garner Walter Oeer Put Sentry 0 E OlnsburFJames am Sill Tbom0004b 0 L Soode Robert Grant Joo Hall Fred Hammnds W lansford Fount Hampton Peter 8r- Slaslttt Joo Uaslltt Joe Handler James Hendren J A llatt W T Hlatt W F lilatt William Sr Hlatt William Jr Illckson N J Helton Coo 1I0uo William HoltMlaw J W Holtzolaw Gee Holtielaw Jas L Mouse Rebut Huffman A 0 iloltcUw W F JRDhI W II Jennings Sid JetUs E 11 Johnson Chas Jwlln Wm ECelley B V Kirk Sid KIrk JohnRtrk w U Clrkpatrlek w J Lawson T D Liwson Oeo Lawson J w tiy w SI Jas Leach Anderion Lnnsfard Geo Nansford J S Lunsford w D Likens Chas seas Maple A B Maples John llartln T D Martin Walter klartln JF McRluzte J V JcKlnilo aas MeMullen Thos Nester Tllford Miller Ed- ktontgomerr EO Moore J II iluaaay J Nallor j S Bailor Willis Nicholas Nicholas Fred Onstott W A olsgravf A B Parsons W II anon Patterson Harry Ieck Joe Pence E endleion G L w B- enraan Pallilp Poppies J H- hllllps J L Plckett Mart Iott Chas Poltgrave A R dlsgravr Rufus Prlte J w rector 0 T Pulliam w A tatnei Coral Roberts S T toss James Sandldge W M- andldge S M A L Shanks 11 S Shelton wm Impton P L SKidmore wm oilfey vr M Stewart J w tewart Portman Stone Neeley tone 3 S Stone Silas trlnger John Sutton II D atton M J Spears O It Tapp Fox Taylor II 0 eter Steve Ed urpln It Tucker Geo LarkIn Vaugbt O 0 onOrucnlgan V wills alkcr Marshall warren Emmett atson J wearcn B K oaren w S white J w- Ilder wm white Jay llder jas wilder S D wilder j T Williams Huston- Illlams Cyrus Williams M 0 Illlams Williams J wren Tom Wright j A eager Fred Iagaly Valentino STANFORD COLORED Ablo Albert Adams Joss lllson John Alcorn Jas nderson John Bailey Hugh alley Chins Bailey Anderson Dall Andrew Ball Bull Chus Baughman Jolt aughman Dud lluuehtnan Frank aujjhman Green Boyle Win lar lur Ohio Bright Terry fjrfjhtVAVili Jr Might Henry Bright right John Bright John roaddus Mlllard Drown Mike rown John Buoknerj Willis uckner Scott BUrdott Jas urnsldo John Burnside Jno Jr Dustor Ed Bailey Thos ijdwoll Win Caldwell Dan Call1lfoll Bruce Carter ibo- Carter Goo Carter Geo Cartor Geo Clay Green lay Green Joltn- Cook Lee Cowan Sam- CraIg Will Crow BoJ Crow Tom Davis Bon Dawson John Dawson John Dowson Mack Dawson Mack Dawson Will Dawson King ckcrson King Hays Jess ohms Ceo Hays I ulleno- Dunn Andiew Hays Geo Dutton Arthur hays Sam l llott Itoscoo Holm Harrison nbry Mil helm Green I ihry Nub Helm Harvo 1mbrY Milton Helm Goo- Joncs A Helm Geo Jenkins Tom Helm Will JenkinstTom Helm Bob Kenned Willis Higgins Pal Klnloy Bob Higgins llruco Lackey Will Higgins Henry Lnbkoy Will Tim Lackey Will Sr HlSgins John Lackey Isaac elms Lackey Goo Hlll Allen Lackey Jus IJOCKGr Will LuokotPhl Docker Lewis Hooker A- Lee Will Holmes Oeo Leo WG Howard Oeo Lewis Den Hubble Will Loran Don Hudson Roscoe Logan Ilnrvo Hudson Van Logan Jim Jackson E Logan O W Tntnw 1 OIIrJ Logan Henry Lewis Don Lytlo Robt Lytte Bob Mayflold Jerry MoPhewon Will Marrltt John Miadleton J B Middleton Calvin Mlddloton Cuhin- MUler Peter Mitchell Jack Mltcholl Jim Montgomery 11 ill Montgomery Andy Montgomery Mack John Mttlllns NaylorLmllNcwlanu JurrttOweleyeor Owaloy oss James Albert James And Jones Will Owsloy Mitchell Pelman J H PcnntngtOn Clnbo Penman R S Penman Kd Penman Henry Penman Woss Penman Bon Penman Ben Powell Joo Hal1lt William Reed Tom Reed Toni Reed Joe Webster Will Whltlov Bud Withers Edward Withers Llfo Woods Calvin Woolford U A Woods Will Wright Cnbol Yantls Sam Young Albert CRAB ORCHARD WHITB Adams Jack Adams Will U Adams Will P- Adams Jnmos ieddyJohn Bailey J1 Baker Smith taker N C Unlined Will Ballard Henry Burgo James Brock James Broughton Will Jrynnt Trlbblo Bunch Wilt Jttrge Will Burge Nathan lull Cyrus Carson James huppoll Jr Jamas J Garfield Collins Will wonder Martha 11 Morous lavls J W Davis Joo lolanoy Matthew Duloney Sam lolaney Jacob Donny Jasper lonny Bon DIshon John A luddorar J T Dyehouso James dmlston John Farris 1C arris Scott Foley U G razior W L Gonton Mark ewgky John Gill Jntnos Good T J Cover James rant Hiram Green A J iteon Dolin OrliUn D C GrlmnJHlrl1m Griffin James Hull J 1- 1Hull J A Hunn WUliam- unn J D nammomlst Jam Jarris James E Harris obbs It W Huffman G V- olmes J W Holderman D oskins E F House Tom Leo James G Jamos J G Johnson W A Kennedy onnody W F Kldtl yllatn loin Henry Lane Hobt anham Luther SrLanglota K W aasuro Will Txjiisuro George tvingiton J G Lunsfonl Will LunsfordJJohn Lutos W C J I Magee J C MonlIt L McKinney Wm S A Miller J F Mink Thomas Moore T P Poore S P Moore Bruce Moore Ward Mooro W B Moore G T Nallor James ailor M F Parker K D Pune Enh PaIne JOO nine Will Payne G W PoUus Tom Peuus L A itanoh Moore Plensanta hummer W C Sr Pollard iSelvort toy nolds W G Iti shy John loWnson Rodgers Ornnllle- Hodgers Walter Sam SlIerlE AJ Stiller s George W Stopheneon J A Smith W P Tankerslev Jno Smith David Taylor W B Smith Goo Thompson Chas Sword Moses Turnball John mothers Edward Turner Jas mothers W J Vanllook Jaa owdors Leay Vernon Jas toinberger J D Vernon Jno tophens Jno Woodlo Peter Watson W F Wordlow W II ntson Frank Weber Jack CRAB ORCHARD COLOItlU nderson Grand Buchanan Tim Carson Millard Curtis Andrew Dais George Delaney Henry mbry Perry Fish Goo Francis Jim Green Will ansford Green Harden Jim Igglns Morgan Higgins Abo Higgins Link Higgins Jim iggins John Ilurabor John Jonos J m Mason Don lIobrly Ceo iuuuvrif Will- Mullins Geo Mulling John Morris Simon Scott fen Stewart Leslie Stewart Wm lodgrass Andy Turpin Juofc root OwenWAYNFISDURO WIIITH Aborsalo Jim Akor J C- Akor John linker Jim ummBtt Goo Burch Jno Burch Jno Burton J II Dutton Jim Carry B D aunon M B Clauneh H M Co b j W Cooko Wash Colton Mock Crain Caor Dol h HOln- erDuidsonfato Davidson C H Donny WalterDolnnoYhlhaS Dotherldgo All Doooy John Dunn C Durham Jrat DuVham will Durhom II L Dye Josh Igaly Wlilmoro Flaming Frank l Unchpnugh J P Iole D Frames Bell Gooch Tlldon Gooch L C Goooh James Grnybonl Mory llnn J J Harria Squire Halris Elmer Hill J m- HUl J1I Uodgo Jim Inlton Wm Jackson Rube JaoksonJwm Jackson jj TUB PERFECT LIVER MEDICINE Mrs M A Jol Icy Noble OTwritei I have used Hcrbino for a number ol years and can cheerfully recommend it as the most ported liver medicine and the greatest blood purifier It is a medi tine of positive melt and fully accom pubes all that is claimed for It Malaria can not find a lodgment in the system while the liver U in perfect order for one of its functions is to prevent tic abaorp lion of fever producing poison Hcrbino is a most efficient liver regulator OOc at j Penny Drug Store LAND STOCK CROPS ETC C C Cover told to Jeeio Fox six 2i6 sound hogs at 0 35 C Vaooy bought of Jack L Boasl a low and six US pound pigs for SS6 J N Carters wheat averaged bushels from Northern seed and 16 from Kentucky seed Blckloy Williams averaged nearly 36 bushels of wheat on ST sores oa the S WGlvaos farm Judgo Armsfong of Perrwille aold to Mattlngly ds Co of Marlon count 40 1400 pound mute at Die W T Tucker has probably tho best crop of wheat In this section His 100 acres averaged 30 bushels Embry Bros sold to E P Woods 86 200pound hogs at Ola W A Tribblo told to same nina 125 pounders at 6c I will pay you tbo highest market prico for your wheat Seo mo beforo you sell D S Carpenter Hutto vllloIIWhat Is known as tho fruit trut handles 25000000 bunches of banan and 220000000 cocoanuts a year bi aides orangei and other fruits Flecco Owing ouly got 40 bushels of wheat from 00 acres near Parksvlll Tho laud Is good but the wheat u killed by the freezes Advocate FOR SALE An extra nice Poland China boar threo fresh cows with A- irdeon Angus calves aDd 10 high grad hollers It H Crow Shelby City ICVII Sampson Wilson known to bore moo all over thn land as Samp oDd one of the leading trainer and driver le dead at Lexington of blood police leg Tho Louisville Health Department Is taking steps to prosecute milk dot era who use preservatives In milk aDd Ira getting samples from dealer to eo uro evidence leon SALuJoret cows good mill Gre with young calves also buggy aDd urrey Address Lock Box 01 Stan ord Ky Will sell for cash or on tlmo for good 1I0tesIIIt Is salt that 60000 young cattle will ba shipped from Texas to South Arrlca- to restock the farms of tbo floors this werc depleted during the war that bas sttermtnrted COURT DAY There were 140 oatll at A B Florence pine yesterday am nest of them sold Short yearllog sold a1 4e and cows at St to sic At I M Irucoi pens there were about 100 which sold at 3 to 4io Milk cows wool at 120 to 135 mules t 0 to 9107 60 The rowd was small and business quiet Several stables of thoroughbreds an 10 course of preparation for shlpmen from tho association track to Urnb rohard for the meeting at that place hlch opens July 23 Among thostfwhi iii send strings from here are Prank loan Grader Ilras Ben Field and dyne t Ferric Some will leave tier 10J the present week and others will IrO the wuek after Loxlogton Demo rat THE SAME OLD STOIW J A Kelly relates an xprioneo tm- ilar to that which has happened in alraoi very nolghbohood in tho United Stnt- aDd has been told and re tod brthousand of others Ho says Last summer I had- an attack of dysentery and putohaaed bottle of Chamberlains Colic Choler 0011 Diarrhoea Remedy which I used ac irdjng to directions and with entirely tlsfactory results The trouble war controlled much quicker than former at tacks when I used other remedies Mr- Kellyll a well known citizen ot Hendor on N C For sale by Craig A Hockey rugglsl In Franco there is a remarkablo breed of cattle that rarely takes water aoll yot gives the richest quality of- mille What this country needs is a breed of milk wagons tbat always takes milk and rarely gives water Cynthia na Democrat THE DOSS WORM MEDICINE II P Kumpc Druggist Leighton Ala them On of my customers had 1- cblld which was sick and throw up aU- Cooll could retain nothing on its stom- acb lie bought oce bottle of Whites Cream Vermifuge and it brought up 119- worms from the child Its the tOM- worm medicine in the world Whites Cream Vermifuge is also the chlldrens toolc It Improves their digestion and as illation of food strengthens their nervous system and restores them to tbo- benltb vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to childhood 25c at Pennys Drug Storo PUBLIC SALE ON THURSDAY JULY 21 1002 K not told privately I will offer for tale at public auction my two farms located and described ai followit First Satin of 108 acres located on the Danville and Ilu3ton lllo pike 3 miles south of Shelby Olty Thli Is a nice tract of land desirably located and convenient to schools poitofllco and railroad has a nice t room cottage largo stock burn and a dozen or more necetaarr outbuildings all In re- paIr The location U high dry nndlicnlthy the fencing U all In good condition Tho farm U wall watered by Knob Ltclo Creek Second farm consists of 330 acres more or IBM and Is widely known In Ihlt and ad Joining counties ni tho old IxjyJ Rubble farm This li a tine tract of land mostly In gross Tho buildings consist of a nice 4 room cottage u largo and commodious stock barn and numerous outbuildings all of which are comparatively now This farm Is also watered by v creek a never falling stream There Is an abundance of various kinds of fruit and berry trees The fencing Is In good condition Terms of sale will be K cash and balance one two or three years to suit the pur lID The smaller place will be sold first the premises sale atOia0 A a Further information can bo had by calling on addressing N IC Tunis Danville Ky or Jas n Junction IC- y0w i S IfUEL1IY Ponca Oklahoma aBiliousness t Makes f Chronic Invalids W When the liver Is torpid sad talks to do Ib work the bile enters the bloat lot a nniKnl poison TbM ry comes constipation biliousness sick headache Peter and malaria The only treauBMt that gtres the titer rwt the right touch and tan N iuib v k in the njbt miner is A ONS LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIG PELLETS i The pill touches the liver and the pellet tone the system A I s ZSdosM for dspeat eenusadun jjfit btu your CAHO li titwiinRl tad you iVv will be will befon ou Cauh then firAf- c Bimplo trio For sale at all dealers IFOR SALE BY W D MROBERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUG STORE 1 STATE COLLEGE Of KENTUCKY The Agricultural and Mechanical State College College of Kentucky offers the following courses of study viz Agricultural Horticultural Chemical Biological Mathematical Physical Ento mological Physiological Norms School UUsMoat Mechanical Engineering EIec tricat Engineering 5vi1 Engineering And Mining lCnjtnotrlng each of which extends over four years and leads to a Post graduate ooursf of study are also I provided leading each to a masters degree Ksch course ot study is organized un dor a separate faculty Tho general faculty numbers more than 40 professors and Instructors County Appolntcca receive tuition room rent In dormitories fuel and lights and if thejr remain 10 months traveling expenses The laboratories and museums aro urge well lullp i oomptcbcniilte and mod em The last and the preoedlug Legislatures appropriated 60XX for a college borne for young woine 91000 for drill hall and gy ina l8ra rr men Military tsctla and seieuee lUll fully provided for atid required byCongreel Graduates from the sevsrsl courses of stud ODll lce110at iwiltlens and liberal remunerations The demand U larfely m excess ofUjB ability of the eolloge to supply 4 oar the matriculation list was 591 For cataloguer method of obtaining appointments information regarding cetirtfs of study and terms of admission JAilES KlAl1Po1tSON D LL D IVwlilent Or td I 0 Fit ZKE Uuslnea Agent LKXIVOTOX KrSCxnmlnatlonn begirt Sept U 1902 Fall Term bcuinu Sept 19 I9O2 CARSON PENCE DKALKltS IX Carriages Buggies Phae V tons Wagons Buckboards I Harness Full and complete stock of the above always on hand and aro sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes LOGAN 41his 1 4kiir Sot 5X3a c 15mrotWhen anything In our line dont the new and beautiful we It80kI of one countryIlhenyou repairlugMurray McAdams Jewelers Danville The Lincoln Oil Gds And Mineral Company OF STKNFORD KY Ineorporattd Stock 20000 Par Value of Each Share 1 Pull Paid and NonAssessableO- mcKM J II Ilaughman Ires A T Nunnelley VicePros W II Wear en Trcas II Helm Sccy UaugllmanJlIrho Lincoln Oil Cask Mineral Go has about 1000 acres of land leased In LlnrcoIn county Ky The leave is contiguous to the M S Daultb man frma portion In the neighborhood of Mayvood and Sugar Grove sections and still another portion Logans Creek Ono of tho surest indications of tho probable value of undeveloped oil lands is the result o lions at development on adjoining None of the stock reserved by tho Incorporators can be Issued by them until the entire amount so reserved has boon soldand when soldovary dollar arising therefrom will mod In developing the companys holdings No officer or director draws a salary from the company or will receive any compensation for his time and labor unless by good management the entire Block of the company is rendered valuable by reason of the untiring efforts of tho otllcors sail Tho stock ie non aerosiablo and the private property of tho stockholder is not liable for corporate debts It in incorporated under the laws of tbo State of Kentucky Its books open at all times to Ita and they are invited to Its to re tceivo any information concerning the companys alTntra Tho business is being ed with all rapidity and zeal posslble that Is commensurate with safe business CLOSING OUT SALE 1 I Our entire stock must be closed out by July 15th Wo will sell everything regardless of cost as wo will leave on the above date and will take none of the goods with us M Snyder Son Stanford FOX DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand and tor sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager rcF beautiful wanting fall to MO things r Opticians Capital of be aro time Stanford ERDILLEHAY 11 DANVILLE KT Manufacturer of BIR I CX i And Dealer In Lime Cement o o r Write For Prices